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what the hell is going on?

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I guess at least this time somebody have dreamt up a goddamn beach.

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Why am I reminded of that Michael Caine anecdote about how he only took the part in Jaws: The Revenge because he wanted to spend a few months in the Bahamas?

I mean, these shoots do double as Nolan family vacations also. Surprised he didn't work the French Riviera into his script while he was at it.

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fascinating.

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But there were some absolutely exclusive rumors about the Italian set in Ravello, a small town on the Amalfi coast in the province of Salerno that hosted the Tenet set for a few days.

The present crew was made up of 350 people, and the shooting in Ravello lasted less than what was foreseen by the production plan: some scenes that should have been shot in the Municipality's location were moved to the beautiful Villa Cimbrone, already used by Warner in Wonder Woman.


Tenet is the most expensive film ever by Christopher Nolan: there is talk of a budget of around $ 225 million and our internal source, who asked to remain anonymous, told us something that explains well what happened to this huge investment.

The director's personal driver, for example, was paid 2000 euros per week, for 10 hours of work a day.

The rental of the Planet Nine yacht that will be seen in the film, with helicopter and double track, cost 750 thousand euros a week and not only: the original color of the yacht was burgundy, but Nolan did not like it.

It has therefore been entirely repainted to reach the current blue, with the relative costs involved in such an operation.


In contemporary cinema the drones have almost completely supplanted the very expensive helicopter shots, but not on the Tenet set: for the shots taken from above on Villa Cimbrone, in fact, our source told us that a large helicopter was used.

It has been roughly calculated that the daily spending of the Tenet set in Ravello was around 300 thousand euros.
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Ace wrote:
August 16th, 2019, 7:02 am

The rental of the Planet Nine yacht that will be seen in the film, with helicopter and double track, cost 750 thousand euros a week and not only: the original color of the yacht was burgundy, but Nolan did not like it.

It has therefore been entirely repainted to reach the current blue, with the relative costs involved in such an operation.

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:o :o :o

Just looked up the yacht and I can see why he didn't like it.

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